The rush to complete deals before the end of the year continues this week with Vanke and Evergrande paying more than $1.3 billion for a pair of plots in Shenzhen, while China’s second largest lender will pay you to let… Read More>>
Mainland homebuilder China Evergrande Group is doubling down on western China by buying a 320,000 square metre office, retail, and residential project in Chongqing as part of a RMB 3.29 billion ($498 million) deal. The transaction comes just over two… Read More>>
Singapore leads the news again today as the city’s fifth housing project this week goes up for collective sale. Slightly further south in Melbourne, a Chinese developer continues to buy up suburban sites and Sunac’s Sun Hongbin reaches a bit… Read More>>
China’s famously indebted developer now appears to be among the most sought after by investors, after China Evergrande Group attracted RMB 60 billion ($9.05 billion) in investment in the run-up to its long-awaited mainland listing.
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Leading today’s news, one of Singapore’s richest men is going big on data, or at least on the buildings that house it, while Australia picks up 4.6 billion baht by selling its Bangkok embassy site to a local developer. Also… Read More>>
One of China’s biggest deal makers is back in the news today as HNA Group, reveals that its borrowing costs outstrip its earnings, at the same time that the hazily-owned conglomerate sues a rogue Chinese businessman in New York. Also,… Read More>>
Less than two months after Dalian Wanda Group walked away from its ambitions to crush Disney in China’s theme park market, the country’s biggest developer has revealed a scheme to take on the Magic Kingdom with its own empire of… Read More>>
The Chongqing developer which bought one of London’s best known office buildings might not be done making its mark in the big smoke, as CC Land declared its interest this week in making more property purchases in the UK. Also… Read More>>
China’s biggest developer by home sales leads the news today with a prediction of a 300 percent increase in profit during the first half of 2017. Also in the headlines, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority may be getting uneasy about… Read More>>
Hong Kong developer Chinese Estates Holdings has deepened its longstanding ties with China Evergrande, revealing it has acquired a five percent stake in the mainland’s largest homebuilder since April for a total price of HK$8.1 billion ($1.04 billion).
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